Police listens to public grievances for resolution of issues, better cooperation

People highlighting their grievances before Police officers at Sangaldan in Gool.
People highlighting their grievances before Police officers at Sangaldan in Gool.

Excelsior Correspondent
SANGALDAN, Jan 30: To bring people nearer to the Police for better mutual cooperation in prevention and detection of crime, a special meeting was organized here today.
The meeting, organized by SDPO Gool, Mohd Rafi Giri and I/C P/P Sangaldan, SI Sumeet Sharma, under the supervision of Sanjay Parihar, Addl SP Ramban and overall supervision of Anita Sharma, SSP Ramban, was attended by respectables, civil society members, Market association members Sarpanches, Panchs and other stakeholders of the area.
The participants raised various issues concerning public of the area like road maintenance, drainage, issue of Transformer, installation of new Electric poles, removal of Plastic plates from road, requirement of transport for school going students, Play ground for children, shortage of staff and other basic facilities at Sangaldan Hospital, unemployment of the youth, employment of local youths in construction companies like PATAIL, GAMMON Co, IRCON, AFCON and issue of drug menace among others for necessary action through concerned departments.
After giving a patient hearing to the public grievances, SDPO Gool said that different construction companies engaged by Government in making Railway track and tunnel, have added to the development of the area and created job avenues for the local people. He assured the participants that mitigating the problems of the people of the area would always be first priority and every step shall be taken for ensuring peace, development and tranquility in the area. He sought cooperation of the people in identifying the social evils like drug menace, anti-social and anti-national elements to nip them in the bud in the larger interest of the society. He assured that all issues raised shall be addressed on priority and those pertaining to higher-ups and civil administration shall be brought in their notice.